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Sony unveils new LCD sets and stand

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 30 Mar 2007 17:09 User comments (1)

Sony unveils new LCD sets and stand Sony has unveiled two items that will compliment the launch of its first European Blu-ray hardware. The company unveiled the Bravia D3000 series, a range of LCD displays that are available in 32, 40 and 46-inch versions. It offers support for 24fps film video, matching the original framerate of films. Couple that support with Motionflow +100Hz technology to double 50Hz material's refresh rate and cut down on juddering during movement.
The sets include three HDMI connections too, making it easy to hook up all of your HD equipment. The company also unveiled a stand that is designed to work with the the Bravia D3000 series, the RHT-G800 stand. The three shelf stand can hold a screen up to 46-inch in size and it has an included surround sound system inside it, featuring seven speakers (two subwoofers).

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18.4.2007 2:00

Thats all fine and dandy bit i was under the impression that 23.976 was just one of the NTSC standard.

where as 23.976 when played back is translated to 29 fps and in the uk the stanard fps is 25, is this going to be any good for a uk/european market ?

Ummm so what fps did the sceens before used to display at?

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